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Graceland Cemetery

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Time Out says

Since 1860, the Graceland Cemetery has been the final resting place for numerous famous Chicagoans, including urban designer Daniel H. Burnham, film critic Roger Ebert and business magnate Marshall Field. Take a self-guided tour of the interesting statues and ornate mausoleums or sign up for one of the group tours organized by the Chicago Architecture Center.


4001 N Clark St
Cross street:
between Montrose Ave and Irving Park Rd
El stop: Red to Sheridan. Bus: 22, 78, 80.
Opening hours:
Mon–Fri 8am–4pm; Sat, Sun 9am–4pm
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